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Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg calls for more ads that celebrate women

NEW YORK - Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer and the author of 'Lean In', led an Advertising Week panel that explored gender roles in global campaigns.

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Haymarket launches Campaign in the US

Haymarket Media Group is launching its leading advertising and marketing title, Campaign, in the US.

 

Condé Nast builds digital team with four hires

Condé Nast, publisher of Vogue, Glamour and GQ, has made four key hires to its central digital team.

 

New technology is another way to be creative

NEW YORK - Three of the world's most respected creatives rejected the idea that algorithms and computers will ever replace people in the advertising industry, at Advertising Week in New York.

 

Watch: M&S teams up with bloggers for Adventures in Food films

Marks & Spencer has developed three "adventurous" food films with popular bloggers to celebrate M&S ingredients as part of its 'Adventures in Food' campaign.

 

News Corp to acquire US online property company Move for $950 million

News Corp is set to acquire Move, Inc, an online business that facilitates the sales and rental of property in the US.

 

Don't be blinded by technology, says Coca-Cola digital director

FMCG brands should avoid using technology for technology's sake in a fast-changing world, according to Simon Miles, digital director at Coca-Cola Enterprises.

 

Sainsbury's blunder: staff asked to get customers parting with 50p more each shop

Sainsbury's suffered embarrassment this morning after a staff member accidentally put a poster in the window encouraging customers to spend 50p more - which was intended for staff eyes only.

 

Sky invests $5 million in native ad tech firm

Sky has invested $5 million (£3.1 million) in the native advertising technology company Sharethrough.

 

TNT launches TV campaign to humanise brand

TNT, the postal service, is launching its first TV ad campaign for four years, in a bid to humanise the brand.

 

Matalan defends 'racist' monkey onesie image

Matalan has denied that a catalogue image featuring children dressed up in animal onesies was racist, after customers complained that the only black children featured were wearing monkey outfits.

 

Consumer confidence tumbles from a nine-year high

British consumer confidence has dropped this month, falling from a nine-year high according to research by GfK.

 
 

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